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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiad Nezha Merzouga
Riad Nezha is a gorgeous and authentic resort. The rooms were very Moroccan inspired but also had a touch of "hotel" with clean towels, soaps, etc. The food that is provided for breakfast, lunch and dinner is absolutely delicious and flavorful. The ingredients are bought fresh from the market and prepared in a beautiful manner. The poolside is fantastic and relaxing. I honestly can say that it is the people of this resort that made my stay memorable. Mohammed and the staff are so fun to be around and are also very resourceful when it comes to the town and the desert. I felt right at home and welcomed. I will definitely recommend the Riad Nezha to anyone and I will stay here again when i travel back to the Sahara desert!
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We woke up just before sunrise and packed up and rode our camels back to the Riad. We saw lots of animals footprints in the sand and a few scarob beetles wandering around aimlessly.
Richard and Anna's camels became unhitched and Richard in his witty dulcet tone said "Are we supposed to be travelling with you guys"? Ahmed tied the camels …
Yesterday on the bus, I wasn't sure I really wanted to get up at 4:00 AM to see the sunrise. Really? Is it that big of a deal? People began to ask about riding a camel up the dunes instead of walking. Khalid said Gate 1 doesn't offer the camel rides; liability issues and all. Before leaving the USA, neither of us had any interest in riding a camel; we both thought it would be a cheesy tourist trap. But yesterday on the bus people were ...
... attend school and will grow up to be a Nomad. He will marry a neighbouring nomadic girl and they will start up their own camp and their own life. History will then repeat. Mustapha expresses his sadness that the little boy's future is already set for him. He explains that he asked the boy how many fingers is 7 and 3 but despite being 4 years old, he has no idea. However this is just the way of Nomadic life. Mustapha leaves the tent temporarily before coming back with ...
... finally, cross-country to the Auberge Sandfisch our 'desert camp' for the night, complete with Berber camel attendants and camp staff, and our woven tent with inbuilt bathroom!
Off to the dunes nearby for the inevitable and awkward camel ride into the dunes with Salam, our Berber guide. A lovely man in his thirties, quiet and unassuming, but very strong on the importance of Berber freedom, ...